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Alaskan Doctors

Dear Alaskan Doctors,

If you are willing to prescribe medical cannabis I will advertise your services free. I will not exact any commission for referrals or charge for accessing the list of Cannabis friendly doctors or clinics.

Please send an email to stoney@alaskahemp.com with your name, address, basic rate and preferred contact method.

Angel-Caduceus-tattoo-pictureAlaskan Doctors willing to prescribe marijuana
according to the laws of the state of Alaska.

Anchorage:

Releaf AlaskaCall 250-5453. Releaf Alaska! Thanks! – Medical & Health

 

 

 

 

AC Medical – Great guys, I have met with them and they are dedicated to providing service with a (illegal) smile.

(THC Medical Clinic has a psychopath running the place, we cannot recommend the THC Medical Clinic to anyone)

Fairbanks: None

Juneau: None

Kenai: None

Nome: None

Wasilla:

msimTy R. Vincent, MD

I have had an intense interest in complementary and alternative medicine since before attending medical school, reading two of Andrew Weil’s books in 1997.  I have continued to ask difficult questions about health and wellness and pursue the answers in many directions, with ongoing education efforts.

Our office is in the Hull Building, one block West of the intersection of Bogard and Main Street in downtown Wasilla.

Mat-Su Integrative Medicine, LLC
Address: 545 N. Knik St., Unit B

Wasilla, Alaska 99654

Phone: 907-357-2322

 

Send any recommendations to: stoney@alaskahemp.com

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Robert Klein – Medical Marijuana

Robert Klein. From his HBO special, Unfair and Unbalanced. (HBO, June 2010)

 

Mango

OCTOBER 24, 2012 BY 

Mango Marijuana StrainMango is a pure Indica strain with more than thirty years of history to it. It was cross bred in 1991 with other Indica strains. The plant in itself will not grow very tall but the flowering stage is quite long for an Indica plant. Mango will produce a very significant yield but requires a bit more maintenance than other strains. In essence the plant can be very delicate in terms of drastic climate changes and spike in humidity. The biggest problem that Mango growers have with the strain is that it bushes out quite rapidly. You will need to trim it and educate it early on if you don’t want to have gargantuan bushes in your outdoor setup.

Most patients agree that this plant helps with; Chronic Pain, Muscle Disorders, Migraines, Insomnia, Lack of Appetite and more with slight side effects of Red Eyed and Dry Mouth. Marijuana Doctors 411 recommends drinking liquids when ingesting this strain.

Patients can expect to feel a deep body sensation that will last for a couple of hours. Mango buds are quite hefty and at times can grow to be 18 inches long, but due to the sturdiness of the strain, you won’t have to worry too much about the weight. This plant is definitely for intermediate to professional growers and is not recommended for novice gardeners.

If you would like to find out more information about Cloning techniques, Growing tips, how to cure your marijuana and more, please feel free to check out our Weedpedia section. If you cannot find the information you are looking for you can get in touch with Marijuana Doctors 411’s staff and we’ll be more than happy to assist you however we can.

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Hash-Plant

OCTOBER 23, 2012 BY 

HashPlant

The Hash Plant originally came from Holland but made its way to the US in the 80’s. The super breed of Indica allowed the plant to have a phenomenal flowering cycle coming in at roughly 40-45 days. Due to the Indica phenotype one can expect a short stocky plant with thick resin rich buds. The Hash Plant doesn’t contain the word Hash in it for no reason. Many people use this plant to make some of the finest hash in the world. It also opens up the possibility of making essential hemp oils which is used to cure cancer and other chronic illnesses.

Most of the time this plant is grown indoors, but if you live in an area that is dry and more like the Mediterranean, outdoors will provide you with an exceptional yield.

Patients agree that this strain is exceptionally helpful with the following conditions; Cancer treatment, Insomnia, Muscle Pain, Chronic Pain and lack of appetite. Some of the significant side effects are red eyes and dry mouth of which Marijuana Doctors 411 recommends drinking lots of liquids. Also we recommend that this strain be used at night times as it promotes rest within most patients. It is exceptional in terms of insomnia.

Another thing to comment about Hash Plant is its exceptional ability to be cloned, mark this with a short flowering cycle you can have a consistent flow of cannabis with this plant.

If you would like to find out more about marijuana strains, growing techniques, how to make hash and more, please check out our Weedpedia section for more information. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, you can get in touch with Marijuana Doctors 411 and we’ll be more than happy to help you with any questions you may have.

http://www.marijuanadoctors411.com/hash-plant.html

Cannabis: Medicine and Miracle Cure

Cannabis: Medicine and Miracle Cure

Medical Mary Jane

Medical cannabis refers to the parts of the herb cannabis used as a physician-recommended form of medicine or herbal therapy, or to synthetic forms of specific cannabinoids such as THC as a physician-recommended form of medicine. The Cannabis plant has a long history of use as medicine, with historical evidence dating back to 2737 BCE. Cannabis is one of the 50 “fundamental” herbs of traditional Chinese medicine, and is prescribed for a broad range of indications.

Clinical applications

“Victoria”, the United States’ first legal medical marijuana plant grown by The Wo/Men’s Alliance for Medical Marijuana.

A 2002 review of medical literature by Franjo Grotenhermen states that medical cannabis has established effects in the treatment of nausea, vomiting, premenstrual syndrome, unintentional weight loss, insomnia, and lack of appetite. Other “relatively well-confirmed” effects were in the treatment of “spasticity, painful conditions, especially neurogenic pain, movement disorders, asthma, [and] glaucoma“.

Preliminary findings indicate that cannabis-based drugs could prove useful in treating adrenal disease, inflammatory bowel disease, migraines, fibromyalgia, and related conditions.

Medical cannabis has also been found to relieve certain symptoms of multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injuries by exhibiting antispasmodic and muscle-relaxant properties as well as stimulating appetite.

Other studies state that cannabis or cannabinoids may be useful in treating alcohol abuse,[15] amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,[16][17] collagen-induced arthritis,[18] asthma,[19] atherosclerosis,[20] bipolar disorder,[21][22] colorectal cancer,[23] HIV-Associated Sensory Neuropathy,[24] depression,[25][26][27][28] dystonia,[29] epilepsy,[30][31][32] digestive diseases,[33] gliomas,[34][35] hepatitis C,[36] Huntington’s disease,[37] leukemia,[38] skin tumors,[39] methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA),[40] Parkinson’s disease,[41] pruritus,[42][43] posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD),[44] psoriasis,[45] sickle-cell disease,[46] sleep apnea,[47] and anorexia nervosa.[48] Controlled research on treating Tourette syndrome with a synthetic version of THC called (Marinol), showed the patients taking the pill had a beneficial response without serious adverse effects; other studies have shown that cannabis “has no effects on tics and increases the individuals inner tension”.Case reports found that cannabis helped reduce tics, but validation of these results requires longer, controlled studies on larger samples.

A study done by Craig Reinarman surveyed people in California who used cannabis found they did so for many reasons. Reported uses were for pain relief, muscle spasms, headaches, anxiety, nausea, vomiting, depression, cramps, panic attacks, diarrhea, and itching. Others used cannabis to improve sleep, relaxation, appetite, concentration or focus, and energy. Some patients used it to prevent medication side effects, anger, involuntary movements, and seizures, while others used it as a substitute for other prescription medications and alcohol.

Read more at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_marijuana

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Attention Alaska Doctors
If you would like to have patient referrals send me an email. I assure you I will utilize absolute discretion in my referral process, not even releasing your name, only directions to the clinic and what to ask the person at the front desk. we will NOT make the information available on the internet. Alaskans NEED you to help them help themselves! Send an email to stoney@alaskahemp.com with instructions for how you wish to have patients sent to you. We need Drs all across Alaska to start doing the right thing and we will help you do it with out exposing you to scorn from the narrow minded.
Medical Marijuana License
If you feel the need to obtain a Medical Card here is a link to the State Website
Alaska DHSS Pot Page
Marijuana Application Packet PDF
Check here to get your prescription in the Anchorage Area